Question about Refrigerators
You didn't mentioned brand and model of your fridge, so I will give you a general answer.
Usually the controls are in the fridge compartment, either on the right or back upper wall. Usually is one control for the freezer and another for the fridge. The normal settings should be about 1/3 of the dial's range, ie. If dial have 9 numbers, the setting should be between 3 and 4, depending on use and outside temp.
Wait 24 hrs. between adjustments to allow the system to stabilize.
The Freezer Temp. Dial is the main temp. controller, if you set it too low, it may not have time to cool fridge side properly.
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